Cycle Lands End to John O’Groats
Known by many names: Le Jog, Lands End to John O'Groats or the End to End, this cycling holiday is without doubt the ultimate cycle tour in the UK. Cycling the length of mainland Britain is a cycling tour that takes in some 1,000 miles of classic riding in England, Wales and Scotland. Completed over two or three weeks, our Le Jog route avoids heavy traffic and busy towns, with accommodation chosen to maximise your comfort after a long day on the bike.
These cycling tours are fully guided (cycling guide and support person) with GPS units supplied as standard, allowing you to soak up some of the best countryside that the British Isles have to offer. Our guided service also means we’ll carry your bags and provide amazing lunches to fuel your cycling day. Choose your perfect Le Jog experience today.
The ultimate road cycling holiday in the UK - that really is the only way to describe our Land's End to John O'Groats tour. From the very toe to the very tip! The entire length of mainland Britain is a journey that every cyclist should experience at least once in their lifetime. Over 1,000 miles, through 3 countries in just 14 days of riding. Our carefully-chosen route avoids heavy traffic and busy towns as much as possible and takes us well off the beaten track. Sure enough, our 'flagship' British cycling tour is someth...
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03 to 24 Aug - Ride the entire length of mainland Britain, from the very toe to the very tip! The ultimate Great British cycling challenge - that really is the only way to describe this tour.
The ultimate road cycling holiday in the UK - that really is the only way to describe our Land's End to John O'Groats epic ride. Just about every cyclist should make this journey at least once in their lifetime. Starting in Land's End, to take advantage of the prevailing wind, we skedaddle off on a 1,000 mile plus adventure, through 3 countries in just 19 days of riding. We commence our journey by travelling along the North Cornish coast, passing the wilds of Dartmoor, before crossing the River Severn and eventually into...